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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The train journey from Brussels to Aachen was pleasant and commenced with many, many miles of flat rich farmland and I could imagine that they may well have been battlefields during The Great War. As we neared the German border the landscape changed and there were many small farms with red brick and red- roofed farmhouses.
From first arriving in Amsterdam, and to avoid the jet lag, I was in bed around 9.30pm This trend has continued and each morning finds ...
... inside). Both are incredible. If I lived in Belgium, I would balloon up, no doubt.
Its about game time and raining again so head over to the bar to watch the game. Have a nice Belgian beer, very good, and settle in. Unfortunately, with the rain, the satellite was working and the bar was not able to get the game. Ridiculous. They also didn't realize they kept trying the HD channel, and not the regular channel. Truly believe that ...
... Hugo lived while in Brussels. We ordered Mussels and Frites to share, which were delicious, and watched the sun slowly sink behind the magnificent Town Hall.
Just as the lights were coming on in the city, we were surprised by two out-of-this-world street performing groups. (We had no idea Brussels was such a treasure trove of musical talent--classically trained performers were everywhere!) We watched a professional string trio (that had decided to ...
... fit the bed (being too small). The worst was the bed itself, however. It was a loft bed with a steep ladder – in and of itself not a problem. But the entire contraption swayed anytime you moved, including rolling over in your sleep. Standing underneath it when someone else was already up above was its own game of chicken. So needless to say, it was not a bed made for sleeping in (and yes, one can read that both ways).
... I bought a bag of mixed white, milk and dark chocolate. Everywhere you looked you saw a chocolate shop so it was a little hard decided which one to go to. After that we went back to the main plaza to meet the rest of our group. At 2:30 p.m we headed over to a museum. We spent about 1 hour and 45 minutes there. It was neat because there were these things you held onto and you could choose what you wanted to learn. It was a lot of information, so ...